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Computer literacy gives people of all ages an edge in both their careers and education.

Use our SAQA aligned and ISETT SETA approved DVD with all the additional extras for your convenience. Our DVD will run on older Pentium III as well as new computers and laptops.

Find info about Computers. Find info about computers. Info can be in E-books, on websites, or even in books you can find at your local library. Buy magazines, study computer adverts from your local store and discuss it with friends.

Be knowledgeable in many fields. For example, you may never need or want to pick up a digital camera or be able to answer questions about it but it is worth your while to get an understanding of what a digital camera is because it increases your know-how. Everything you learn will come in handy at some point in your life.

Use Google. Google is your friend. If you have a question about something or need to research a certain topic, search using Google.

Become an expert. What is something technology-related that interests you and that you enjoy? Say it's blogging using Wordpress; research the topic and get to know how to use things first hand.

Learn how to treat computer Viruses, Spyware, and And learn how to avoid Malware. Some great Anti-Virus/Spyware programs are Avast, McaFee Malwarebytes, Spybot, AVG, and Spyhunter. There are many Anti-Virus/Spyware programs out there, and some are free.

Join an online community of other tech gurus and don't be afraid to ask questions.

Enroll at your nearest FET College and create a future for yourself!!

What is SAQA?

An official body appointed by the ministers of Education and Labour to oversee

the development of the National Qualification Framework (NQF) in South Africa.

The ISETT (MICT) SETA seeks to develop South Africa into an ICT knowledge based society by encouraging more people to develop skills in the sector as a means of contributing to economic growth.
Start a LAN House in your neighbourhood -
Install a computer, two or three and invite all your friends to join in.
Visit an Internet Café or your local library with basic computer facilities and better your Life!